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This specification defines the features and syntax for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), a language for describing two-dimensional vector and mixed vector/raster graphics in XML. The SVG working group has been using a staged approach. Initially, the working group developed an detailed set of SVG Requirements, which are listed in SVG Requirements. These… (More)
This specification defines how to use the OASIS Web Services Security: SOAP Message Security standard [WSS-Sec] with SOAP Messages with Attachments [SwA]. Status: This is an OASIS Standard incorporating Approved Errata changes to the OASIS Standard produced by the Web Services Security Technical Committee. The standard was approved by the OASIS membership… (More)
Recent work in digital humanities has seen researchers increasingly producing online editions of texts and manuscripts, particularly in adoption of the TEI XML format for online publishing. The benefits of semantic web techniques are underexplored in such research, however, with a lack of sharing and communication of research information. The Sharing… (More)
In this paper we consider the types of community networks that are most often codified within the Semantic Web. We propose the recognition of a new structure which fulfils the definition of community used outside the Semantic Web. We argue that the properties inherent in a community allow additional processing to be done with the described relationships… (More)
This document describes how to use Kerberos [Kerb] tickets (specifically the AP-REQ packet) with the WSS: SOAP Message Security [WSS] specification.
In this paper we present the Sharing Ancient WisdomS (SAWS) project. Working with wisdom texts, or gnomologia, the project aims to produce an enhanced digital scholarly edition of the collected manuscripts which both makes the Greek, Arabic and Spanish texts available and demonstrates the hypertexual nature of these texts. By positioning the texts as… (More)
In this paper, we present SNAP:DRGN, a pilot project intended to support Ancient World Linked Open Data through the creation of persistent identifiers for person and person-like entities. We introduce the linked data landscape as it exists with respect to the digitized Classical world and SNAP:DRGN's place within it.